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WHOLE NO. 24,471.
NOTICE.
'i'tJE DIRECTORY FOR ADVERTISERS WIIJ.
JSK FOUND TO-DAY IN THIS SECTION ON j
IMGB 2.
pmsomal.
AN educated and refined woman, under '10, of
modest means, but with few acquaintances and
without congenial companionship of Her own sex,
*treki) Uiis method of meeting a good woman similar)/situated.
i). H., 41)2 Herald. __
f A refined. arlstoerailc young gentleman (23).
unable otherwise making acquaintance, desires
?-vry?$poDdence with attractive, stylish, modest
young lady, about 18; matrimony. SOUTHKUXklUJZ;
Herald. __ I
a j oung gentleman having good opportunity; of
filtering ous-iness but lacking capit..! sieks li
x.-iiuaimance ot a young lady or widow oi meaiifc
Catholic preferred): o'oject, mati\m>ny. Q. JJ.,
.'i1 Herald Downtown.
ACTON. .IOSEPH. Formerly residing in
Keokuk. Ill,; if living, communicate with
IC.uaNi El- i. iMEND, attorney. World Build3:i?._New_
York city. i
A iiwtrlmonial agent, high established reputation,
large li.sts wealthy, best people, in and out
of city, will accept more refined, bona fide patron^.
GENUINE Herald.
r A.vliERJjOAN gentleman. .30, wealthy, genial,
lonely, longs for domestic happiness, loving wife.
mam!'. AUTL'HRH, Herald.
I A young gentleman, some means, would like
meet rating working girl; object, matrimony.
MgLlAAOb. 409 JI ?-ra
Hlu.Mii' ia GO ALEXANDER. -Lavt heard
from in Brussels. Belgium; communicate with
i' UANt Ei> ai. l'KIKND, attorney. World Build
ing._Ncw York city. _
CONGO. You ask do I ever think of you: have
not been doing anything else; your somewhat cold
letter uiade me feel bad; can hardly wait to see
y?u: remember, sweetheart. 1 am yours forever;
hoplug it is reciprocated; write if you feel still
the tame: kisse 104,
OULTURpD people seeking mental improvement
through social, intellectual conversation without
club conventionality address COLLATION, 155
Herald.
riKMK home; wife heartbroken: would kill moth
If she kne^j nobody knows. S1EBENALER.
OAVIDSON.' JOSEPH EBKNRAZOH.?Wii!
viileasc communicate with EMANUEL M.
v FRIEND, attorney, World Building, New York
flty.
I>BAREST Kli> Received before; caring nothing:
ijew love to l)oth. BUB.
bEATi. -Can never forget you: love you more
limn ever; want to see you; wait convenience.
DELL Call at hotel Tuesday noon. Want to
you. Your mother.
7 KBElil) ARI?T." FRANK (late of New York city, i
x id son of Frank X. Eberhardt), or his widow or
elffidven. or any one kuowing their whereabouts,
communicate with LODGE. Liberty St., New
York city.
EJwIE" You can find your old friend, telephoning
t.+28 Columbus, or addressing L, LAWRENCE.
144 Herald.
i EDNA LYLE, formerly of 47th st., address, If
in (he city. JACK, 283 Herald.
ERA NCE.SCA. Regret indisposition; grieve for
you. dear. Budget ready, trOsor, awaiting your
commands. Grace a Dieu this atrocious, vile
in->nt.i is dying. I rejoice. Where shall you he
Seplentber IV Am wild" to see you. ,7e t'ainie, ma i
ins-. DIAVOLO.
El/OUENCE NEILSON, late Ornheum company
ant' Toronto. Canada, address GRAND UNION,
llerald, or direct to hotel.
FAIR young actress, financially embarrassed,
seeks help to continue studies. GRATEFUL, box
208 Herald Harlem.
F. L.?Send address. Important. Have re-;
o?ived_throe. MOTHER.
GUY SUMMERVILLE tIa'URIE?Information
as to bis present address; he was a
undent at Mount Hermon School, Nortlxfieid,
Mass.. in 3S86; home London. England; Important
information awaits hta. Address 1>. E. II., 29
Ba )ks st.. West Somerville, Mass.
~l>K.\TEi;.MAN' wishes to meet stylish, congenial
youiif; lady as companion; object, matrimony. K.
TV., ?!S Herald Downtoftvn.
OENTLEMA(28), fair income. would meet
sol; su porting voting woman; otiject matrimony.
REM ANTE. 2kS Herald 23d St.
GENTLEMAN, cultured, seeks c?inaintan<-<? roliued.
good looking- yong lady; object, matrimony.
MQUOvN. 110 Herald." __
GOLD FISH.?Am still alive; write me 216
East 1i>th st. Gl'S.
UOl'E.?I received your letter and was triad to
l(-f>ni that you are having a more peaceful life;
etijoy yourself and be sure that X do not forget
yon. __ _ r I
HEBREW gentleman (2l)i wishes to meet young
lady with some means; object, matrimony. E.
I'., 229 Herald. _
"ifT- Please communicate. explaining meaning of
imperial turquoise?IOC?two years. II. W. M.,
;W8 Herald Downtown. _
INFORMATION wanted regarding the following
named persons or hoirs-at-law. Address L. W. S.,
P. O. box S92. N. Y. city.
T NAME AMt FORMER. ADDRESS.
Vostleman. Jo in F.. City Hall pi. in 1853.
It..,- 1 ,1, V..V I ti 1ST!
I'.'ituiiiii?. Peter. 220 East 42d St.. in 1.S72.
Flaherty. .Tames, Yonkers. X. Y., in 1I
Gjws<w. Thonvas. 232 East 40th at.. in 1871.
Ke< u'an. .1 oh n. 83 4th nr.. n 18HR.
Me''hie, Margaret. New York, in 185?.
Maiiari. Thomas. 08 Charlton st.. iu 1 SOS.
Miiller. Christine. 54 Rose sr.. in 187i?
Mcl.ouehlln. David, Mulberry *t.. In 18S8.
Paul. Adelaide. I*"nxt .'15th st.. in lX0f;.
Koache, .lame*, Cornwall, N. Y.. in 1872.
nvite. Ion. Grand St.. in 1850.
Welch. Luke. White Plains. X. ir 1S70
"l FORMATION wanted of Frank Sweet aged!
nl?nl 70 years, son of Conrad Sweet; also of I
Harvey KeutcB or family. Address B. G., P. O.
b*<x 1.962, New York.
INFORMATION' wanted concerning whereabouts
ROY SALT. formevly Niagara Falls.
Lawyer <;K< >It' f tlOBINSOV. rff) Nassau st. N Y.
IF Catherine Borne is in this country communicate
with old employer, Mrs. MILLER, New
Bmhton, S. I.
JIM I.H'MPS wants some young ladv t? make i
hi in Sunny Jim: object, matrimony. FORCE, 236
Hi>raid. _ _ _
iifiifeRAL reward will l>e paid and no question's
asked for return of gold hunting case Watch,
monogram outside case "F. W.. Jr.." sjrolotT Vaiesrtnv
nighf aporoaching Br id?" in New York. ApDlv
to F. \VT>ODRL'FF, 4!> Water St.. New. York.
LADY. Sine skirt, every morning, same car and
wav. 42d st.: kindly communicate; object honest.
BOOK. 417 Herald.
MOT SE- Disturbed. fearing you are sick or in j1
trouble. Wish I could help. Convention impossible
before next week. _ O'TICE.
MR. PRINCETON.?Bob, kindly write to lady
you met Central Park west. Address JUrsK, :J37
Herald.
MOTHER -Lottie lies at the point of death.
"NOTICE.?A wife wanted, a widow or miss;
write to me: all letters answered; it is not money:
I am after: I am 40 years of age; have some
means: (lon't drluk. GEO. J., box 165, Truro,
Nova Scotia. _____
PINKIE.?Ai f-erit mercjredi; con rase; baisers.
REFINED FOREIGNER wishes acquaintance"
lady who would correct his pronunciation. some
evenings; French, German conversation in exchange:
Brooklyn or East New York preferred.
Vddress particulars, CONVERSATION, 246 Herald
Downtown. ____
SHARP.?Write my home, right name, safe,
for two weeks, not after. SHARP.
T(i :i "gentleman of means. Lady owning valuable
mining property requires financial hacking;
tfUlera ignored. COERAOE. 180 Herald Si.
TjWUE FRIEND Please give me address to i
which T may semi letter. Ci. M.. "14i Herald. j
VlCEPOtNTF. Yon need not fear "propinquity"]
er anything: leaving now for ten days: matters
critical lately: boasted too soon; am well, but
tired: love. _
VIENNA Cafe, lunch. Saturday.?Will young]
ulv who recognised gentleman sitting with two
friends kindly conui.unicate, giving Incident? S.
I... 2W III ra,ld. L
VICTOR.?Where can I see you? Don't write to
the house. ANNIE R.. Herald Downtown.
"WIDOWER (Israelite)', business man of repair,-
t.Jon, would correspond with lady or widow without
encumbrance, healthy, good appearance and
character. With means; correspondence confidential.
Address BERNARD, box. 8, 2 Court St.,
Brooklyn. __ j
WIDOWER (45)> moderate means and income. J
also furnished home, desires to meet a lady about i j
US, graceful, refined, unencumbered, having some i
mparts; alsirt incuni^^ <ihip:'f. matrimnnv. M M
box ."14 Herald Downtown.
WIDOW recently .bereft wishes to take position
as housekeeper for widower: children no objection;
highest references. Address K. H., -124
Herald.
WlLL the persons vvlio saw the lady knocked
i\< wn and trampled upon nt Sands street stat'on.
Broojklvn Bridge. about 5:50 P. M., July 10. please 1
"ddi'pss J. A. T.. room 7. 38 Park row. city?
WILL youiig lady, stylish figure, jolly, pretty
teeth, hair, oorrcstiond with gentleman
fond outings? Object matrimony. LONESOME j
STRANGER, 2S8 Herald Downtown.
WOt'LD wealthy lady financially assist poor1'
srirl, with fine soprano voice, to study abroad? Ad-j
drpfs ASSISTANCE, care advertising office, 1,39-5,
5 to a v. y [c
WANTED--Address if Miss Mary Kennedy, last 1
iddress 501 5th av.. New l'ork. Address FRIEND
4;>T Herald. i
WELL bred man <36) would meet thoroughly
refined woman, large type, matrimonially iii 1
clined; particulars. LENOX. 117 Herald.
WHO will help student through college? D. S.,
209 Herald 23d St.
WILL Mr. Percv Mnsgrave communicate with
Mr. J. DONALDSON. Nutley. N. J.?
WALKER- Papa has come to town, fail up
1.377?Madison. Will explain. VIVIAN. j
WANTED?Adopt girl from six to ten years.
\fldiv*s ('..advertisement offi-e. 203 East 48tii. r
WOULD like to hear from you. TOMMY. i
Vol Nt; lady wishes <-oiupanlonship of weil to
do Isdr; references exchanged. Address F. B.,
'Xu Herald. I
TOT'NG business man seeks acquaintance fair
brunette.'congenial: outing; matrimony. COMPANION.
156 Herald.
Enrone.
"Personal" advertisements p
of interest to Europeans or to
Americans residing abroad;*,
will be republished without;
extra charge in the European!!)
^edition, and such advertisements
will be cabled to the v
European edition, if desired byjth.e
advertiser on payment of r
able to!I:
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NEW YOI
PERSOYAli.
Business PersonnlN.
PARIS,
BERLIN,
LONDON,
GENEVA, \vhi;n on _
HAMRTmr tub continbns
HAMdUK(jr, Head the
BRUSSELS, NEW
BERN, "YORK
VIENNA, HERALD
DRESDEN, (European Edition).
ST. PETERSBURG.
STOCKHOLM,'
SALZBURG,
BADEN-BADEN,
OXZYN BALM
BEAUTIFIES
COMPLEXIONS.
It Quickly clears the skin of all blotches,
brown spots. pimples, tan, freckles, sun-burn,
lines, wrinkles, blackheads, &e. It imparts a
delightful brilliance' to1 the com-nlexion and
brings Into the face all the beauty of which
it i.-s capable.
Oxzyn Balm is us <1 iiud recommended by
Lillian Russell. Hilda Clark, .Mabel Fenton.
Clara Lipman, Lucy Cleveland, Maude Harrison.
Dorothy Dare. Blanche Walsh, Christie
MacDonald. Cora Tanner and hundreds of
other famous and beautiful women.
Oxzyn Balm, 25c.. 50c. and $1 a jar, at druggists'
and department stores, or we send it.
postage paid, on. receipt of the price. It has
been prescribed by physicians for the last
twenty years and is absolutely harmless. We
will refund tlie money if it does not prove
entirely satisfactory.
E. SIIARtTM MFG. CO.. 878 Broadway, N. X.
FACE MASSAGE FREE.
Those who purchase $1.50 worth of Oxzvn
HAIR PRICES REDUCED.
Balm or our other preparations at our retail
pailors will he given one of our regular $1.00
electric facial massage treatments with Oxzyn
Balm free. This is to prove how quickly and
effectively Oxzyn Balm removes wrinkles and
beautifie.s the complexion.
Wo have cut Hair Goods prices down much
below those of any competitor, because v,f
find it pays. One pleased customer tells anothor,
thus rapidly increasing our trade. We
carry none but reliable qualities and latest
$K WAVY SWITCHES,
$3 STRAIGHT'SWITCHES, $1.75
$3 WAVY POMPADOUR'S. $1 .."">0
These are liest. quality, genuine human hair,
all colors. Other Hair Goods in proportion.
We also do first class Hair Dyeing, Hairdressing.
Shampooing and Manicuring at reasonable
rates.
MRS. E. SHARUM, I'aru.r Vloor,
56 WEST 22D ST. !u?"t;?h avs
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A.?A.?NEW' YORK
HAIR DRESSING SCHOOL,
MANICURING,
CHIROPODY,
npp A/f a tat nr.v
Face. general massage. scalp treatm n;. rimo al i
superfluous hair, facial b!etui-<hfis. established foryears;
State charter, legal diplomas, extort teachers,
unlimited pranfcice; Mar: el waving 'a gnecialty:
day, evening s salons; ladles m ids
taught, special $5 <o t-sc; goo! ?os tions; g actuates
employed In leading establishments In anl
out of city: persons d Bring to master alo
branches, will do well to register at this. t;.e
largest, most reliable institution of its k nd on.
earth. Remember the lium'er 254 Oth av.. le*
tween lt>th, l?th. Gall; write.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH HIGHLY
IMPROVED.
EXPRESSION OF MOUTH
RESTORED.
DR. DEANE, DENTAL SPECIALIST,
received gold medal Pan-American Expositon;
aluminum, gold, rubber, continuous gum plates:
crown and bridge work. 454 Lexington av., corner
45th. Telephone. 716-?18th.
GRAND RAPIDS FURNITURE
"DIRECT FROM TIIE FACTORY."
Si A Mi'1 S iillOS.. 186 TO 140 WEST 23 D ST. I
_ MISSION FURNITURE IIFAIKJUARTER&.
ALGERIAN HAIR TONIC
cures dandruff, stops hair falling out; price $1.
Andre's Hair Coloring, a harmless preparation
to restore gray and bleached hair to its original
color; all shades; price $1. ANDRE, 13 West
29tlK_ ___
All Nervous Diseases, Rheumatism,
Paralysis,
stomach disorder*, heart trouble cured by electrical
treatment: new method. Pawpalet, Dr. DE 1
KRAFT. 1U> West 4(Hh.
A.?WRINKLES AND FLABBIN
ESS
removed, giving new life to the skin, refining
features; youthfuiuess perm.nently lestored. Consultation
free. RICilAR!' WiNDROSS, Facial
Specialist. 10 Lexington av., corner 23d at.
A TRUSTWORTHY DETECTIVE,
with wonderful ingenuity for reconciling domestic
matters and ferreting out criminal and civil
complications. NO PAY unless I can assure
benwflcial results. Address CONFIDENT!AU. 3S4
Herald.
ALL FACIAL FLEMISHES REMOVED.
Youthful beauty restored: lady at,parlors who:
pad pittings removed; if interested co.me.see her,
work; scientific; indorsed by medical profession;
consultation free, or send 10c. for testimonials,
pictures before, after. MADAME MAYS, 2-10 5th
av? near 28th._
A PERFECTLY DEVELOPED|
BUST.
"Myrotoolant" never fails; change in a week;
improves the health; book, with testimonials, 4c.;'
established 1885. Mme. LA VERGE, 345 5th nr.,
opposite Waldorf-Astoria.
A.?Gray and B1 eached Hair
restored; auburn su?spe<in]ty; application .$5; pri-j
vacy assured. Miss EMILY, only artist, formerly
with Imperial Hair Regenerator Co., who colored
Mme. I'atti's hair, 54 West 23d St. Tel., 5,789? i
18 th. 1
A.?Missing persons located; worthless checks
collected everywhere; delicate and intricate in-j
vestigations a specialty; high class secret service'
authorized under act of Oonsressi write for references.
NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY, 1,223|
Pennsylvania av., Washington, I). C., M. Bradford.
Superintendent.
A.- "RIGG'S DISEASE"
of the TEETH and GT'MS dentists will tell tou
is INCURABLE, but if you give VIR-DENTA No.
2 a fair trial you will, prove them to be .MISTAKEN.
"Verhfim datv Sapienti!" $1. at druggists',-or
115 Fulton st.. New York.
A.?A.?EMPRESS RESTORER
One application for Gray or Bleached Hair,
pi-ice $1; applied. S5; privacy assured; Velvlne
Cream whitens skin, removes wrinkles, freckles,
$1; invisible face rouge, 50i\; Curline keeps hair
curled for days, 25c.
Your Hair Always Dressed
with Malcolm's natural wavv Pompadour: i?ient
comfort; invaluable for seashore." Sokl "o.ilvi
MMK. MALCOLM'S HAIKDRESSING PARLORS,
4'.!l titli a v., bftwn 2!illi-3t>th sts.
a n n o u ncing r et urn
mme. renand;
Instruction. palmistry, psychology. French, Gorman.
English. Studio open 11-0. 10 East 15th.
near oth av. _
A.-A,- eyeglasses, $1.00.
F" T> o T7 \xj a R r> Try our new double clip.
P i~>. &t,,WAHU. 25 years' experience.
137 EAST 23D ST. Headache cured. Testing free.
APARTMENTS,-bachelor, two room*, bath, t'urll?H
(1 I'-ntUH -f it, ii
jensive: Japanese attendants; pennanet gentle- i
n n; delay means 110 apartment; big demand. 240
iVest 43d. APARTMENTS.?Unquestionably
most elegant
in city; seven, eight light separate rooms, unfurnished:
$45 monthly; uniformed attendants; overlooking
Park; enormous September demand. 221
West GOlli.
A reined young lady, employe,!, may nave for
515 month, unfurnished or partly furnished Room.
in elegant new elevator apartment; telephone. I
?leetric liaht, use of bath, kitchen, laundry. OP-!
[M)RTl'NITY. It? 1 Herald._
A.?A.- Pawn Tickets immediately cashed and i
rour jiledges saved; strictly confidential; offices
'or ladles: reliable Arm; established 18S5. EOltiOTST
ON. 17S Bowery; diamonds. Jewelry
JOUgllt j I
ANY LAW BUSINESS. ADVICE FREE. 1
All personal, family business difficulties: accilents,
damages, collections, estates; reliable, ex
lerlenced LAWYER, 16!) Broadway, room 14.
ATTENTION. Ladle*!?Free; l?esi remedy fori:
emoving superfluous hair; safe, sure; when it
ioes all I claim you send price, which is SI. Mrs.
TEE, 138 West 63d st. _ J
A.?A. -Superfluous hair painlessly, permanently
lestroyed without injuring skin: treatment $1;
leetrielty; established 1SSS. HELEN BRIGGS.
-t. James Building. 1.133 I?roadw;iy. 1
A lady having exceptionally cool and pleasant
lat, centrally located, will accommodate refined 1
narrled couple: every convenience. E. B., 123
lerald.
ART. Twelve most expert hair and beard trinfy
net's; ALPINE. 57 West 33d; 10 experienced lady 1
uanicures; chiropody. Ladles' and children's enranee,
o5 Wes; 33d.
A quiet, well arranged Room, suitable for gen-
eel married couple; privacy assured. E. J.. 149!
-Icraid 23ci St.
"ALL kinds of folding b?ds (repaired^ cleaned"; J
uaranteed bugpnoof; upholstering. T. L. OUELL,
41 West 19th. n
A lady having handsomely furnished house ivi 1
^commodate married couple; board wife; tele
hone: conveniences. CENTRAL, Herald. 1
ATTENTION! WE BUYAND SELL~ladies'
trc>t and evening Costumes, misfits or slightly
om. Mrs. LM.'HTENSTEIN, 44ft 6th av. j
A lady partner wanted" with few hundred dolirs,
to enlarge established business. 60 Went
1st. up stairs. _ _ J
ACCESSIBLE, pleasant Suite anil Room: prl-jc
acv and seclusion juaranteed, with unobtrusive a
t tent ion. CONFIDENCE. 21 t Herald 23d St. I
BI-MKMTAL AND FHBNl'H STRAM COFFEE
'OT CO.. inventors and ninniifn<-turers of the It
v, 0 .ffe. pots i 1 t ieirc: wholesale and re- t
nit. S Broadway, near 23d st.. N?v Yori. e
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PERSOVAIi.
Knsliu'ds Personals.
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Largest Hair Store in the World.
Summer Hair Goods.

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54 W. 14th st., near Oth av., N. Y.
TO FAT PEOPLE.
THE EXTREME JI EAT AND SUDDEN
CHANli EH <11" TEMPERATURE TO
WHICH WE ARE SUBJECT IN
TIIIS LATITUDE ARE VERY
DEBILITATING AND DANGEROUS
TO FAT
PEOPLE.
I CAN REDUCE YOUR WEIGHT' 3 to 5
j POUNDS A WEEK without tiny radical
chance in what you eat. No nauseating drugs;
no tight bandages nor sickening cathartics. I
AM A REGULAR PRACTISING I'HlM' .AN,
making a specialty of the reduction of surplus
flesh, and after you have taken my treatment
a few weeks you will sav, "I NEVER FELT
BETTER IN MY IJUE.^
?5-?i u, tnujji i aimj i.ivj 1 i>y my
treatment your weight will be reduced without
causing wrinkles- or fiabbiness of skin.
Heavy abdomen, double chin or other evidences
of obesity wll-1 disappear. Your form
will acquire symmetry. Complexion will be
cleared. Troubles" of heart, kidneys stomach
or other organs will be remedied and you will
bo delightfully astonished at the promptness
and ease with which these results are accomplished
under my system. SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED. Wiite for my new book on
Obesity. Its Cause and Cure." It will be
sent sealed in plain envelope. It will convince
you. Address
HENRY C. BRADFORD. M. D.,
24 East 2.'!d st., New York city.
AN AFFABLE, SWEET TEMPER,
A GRACEFUL AND SYMMETRICAL FIGURE
are qualities essential to desirable women and
wen.
Sixsmith Training System,
Without Apparatus,
restores youth, destroys fat, strengthens nerves,
purifies blood, prepares you physically for business
and social ventures.
AVOID A POSSIBLE
CALAMITY.
Apoplexy, constipation and stcnuch troubles ar?
absolutely ctrred.
PROF. fsiXSMITH, Physical Trainer, 35 West
42d ist.
Newport?Aquidneck Hotel, Fridays and Saturdays.
Annuities, incomes, legacies
and interest in unsettled and
undivided estates purchased;
no charges or fees; loans made.
Vennette F. Pelletreau. 186
Remsen st., Brooklyn. Telephone,
2.900?Main.
AN American lady (widow), unquestionable respectability,
careful housekeeper, considerate, butj
unobtrusive, accustomed to refined surro nd'nxs,
would like regular physician of moans to take
portion of house or large apartment with her:
nave sufficient nice furnishings for house; only
first class party desired. FAIR AND A1U-,
Herald Harlem.
A thorough course in osteopathy, scientific massage
and electrical therapeutics, at reduced summer
rates: legal diplomas issued; positftSiw secured.
PLATEN INSTITUTE, Inc., 56 West 65th
st. Harlem branch now permanently located 102
West 90th st. Patients treated from 10 to 10
daily; trained nurses in attendance.
A.?FALLING HAIR,
dandruff, itching, premature baldness, all scalp
diseases cured: infallible iinoorted hair food;|
send for circulars^with testimonials; scalp exam-j
liiaunn rree. vim^a tlAIU CULTURE CO., I
468 ?th av.
A. "EGYPTIAN Astrological Curds" (reveal)
everything); sold everywhere for 75c.; "Book of
Palmistry." "Astrological Advice." "Kak Ka on"
and "Moslem Oracle, all mailed during August,
with Instructions. for $1, PROFESSOR ZERIMAK.
235 East 5:-Uli.
A.11 Superfluous Hair Destroyed
No electricity, blue ointment, poison, pain or
miracle; cure guaranteed; no cure, no Duy; $3.
Call MA PA ME JULIAN, 29 West 34 th St., opposite
Waliirf.
A lady would like liberal person to loan her
$100 on pawnticket for Jewelry; will pay back
in monthly payments. V.. 145 Herald.
A lady alone, uptown apartment, will accommodate
refined married couple; privacy assured.
Address WIDOW. 422 Herald.
A widow having first class apartment would accommodate
married couple; privacy assured. W.
II., 21)8 Herald. _ _
ACCOMMODATIONS in elegant apartment fori
parties desiring privacy; willing to pay llberallv. i
VERY SET.EOT. 471 Herald.
A lady alone, having handsome room, can ac- j
commodate married couple or travelling gentleman.
SECLUDED, 106 Herald.
A. Sunerfluous hair permanently removed: electric
needle operation; painless; consultation free.
ELECTRO L YSI SCO., East 32d.
ATTRACTIVE Suite, lady's quiet apartment:
running water: unobtrusive service; discreet married
couple. WIDOW. 4.18 Herald.
ACCOMMODATIONS offered by refined widow,
lift vine cose'v flat, to exclusive married couple.
COSEY CORNER. m Hevnlfl.
AT 5th ft v.. 465.?Money on valuables without
Dublicitv; established 1S0>;>; elevator service.
JAMES P. MATTHEWS.
ACCOMMODATION in widow's apartment for
married couple; personal attention. SHOPPING
DISTRICT. 3?4 Hera Id.
A. -Something new: i>iano taught without notes
in three months; summer rates. PROMONTORY,,
150 West 14th.
A widow, independently situated, has secluded
accommodations lor married couple or travelling
gentlemen. CONGENIAL. 215 Herald.
AZRAEL. 332 West 48t.n. -Horoscopes: send for
circular; consultation by appointment only; day or
evening: correspondence.
BROAD EXCHANGE OFFICE!
SUITE.
Very choice and handsomely furnished: commanding
harbor view; $80 per month: capitalist
or attorney preferred as tenant; references required.
Address LESSEE. 117 Herald Downtown.
RFllRTIPrS roaenee. permanently extermiDE.UDUUO;
nated: folding t^ds made bed-
bug proof; guarantee; references: established 1883.
ORIENTAL COMPANY. 181 Broadway.
BRIGHT lady with ?250 can buy nice light, fur-,
niched Flat, with established, paying massage
Business; must look after present owner's comforts
In adjoining fiat for fair remuneration: no
triflers. DOCTOR, 242 Herald.
BUSINESS woman has had losses by non-payment
of bills: wishes $500 loan tor one year: good
interest and security. __8._Y._. 1?)(1 Herald 23d St.
BEAUTIFUL parlor extension Suite, Forties,
for private whist or euchre club. Address EXCLUSIVE,
260 Herald.
BOOKS! Photos! Send stamp tor Circular.
311-VRLES CONROY, 122 Park row. New York.
CHINCHILLA CLEANED EOUAL TO NEW.
PI US SKILFULLY REPAIRED. STYLISHLY
REMODELLED. GREEN. 50 West 21st St.. near
3th av. _ _ J
COC NT ESS ZINGARA, gypsy palmist, clalrroyani,
51 West. 19th St., opposite Siegel Cooper's.
Evenings, Sundays, 705 Amsterdam av.
CANCER, systemic disease: knife pernicious;
idvanced methods eurc; pamphlet. Dr. FLEMING.
174 St. Nicholas av.. New York.
CONSUMPTION CURED: 38"Centre stTTNew-1:
irk. N. J.; pay as recovery advances.
DPV AND vipnii Wi'Trfg
.MASSAGE. ELECTRICITY.
Itheumatism, lumbago, nenralgJa and other dis- h
asc.s. nervous or originating from imperfect clr- j
illation of the blood, cured by individually adapt-
>d treatment: doctor's prescription strl tly rolowed.
170 East 6tst St.
DEBTS collected; claims collected against all
tinds of brokers or persons soliciting money fori
peculation; all kinds of legal matters taken; no1,
harge unless successful: hank references; expert
ttorneys. Address COLLECTOR, box 105 Herald
iknvutown. !l
DETECTIVES. Westlotorn'* Agency: shadow-1
iig. iuvestigations. information, evidence, digues
ic difficulties, missing persons, &o., correspond-It
nc soli?itcd. 2*9 Broadw iT
YOR]
23, 1903.?EIGHTY -T W
PERSONAL.
Dnsiness Personals.
V--^ "psychic
PALMIST,
5?^ CLAIRVOYANT^^'
-7" EA ST 25THj^
great reduction for seven (lays.
$1.00?readings?.$1.00.
t MR. willard has .made a life study
;OF ill.-, wutili A.\ D IB UKlSPARaD TU ADVISE
AM) ASSIST YOU. NO AlATTKH WHAT
YOUR TROUBLES ARE. In his capacity there
o no guesswork. Every procedure is definite ana
exact, and the result is certain. II' YOU HA V E
ALREADY MADE A MISTAKE. THROWN
AWAY YOU It MONEY arid lost confidence
through dealings with much advertised and selfstyled
palmists tnd clairvoyant* and their cheap,
olttotrap methods. START KHOM THE BEGINNING
AND CONSULT MR. WILLARD. He
wiii tell you irankJy your condition and what
you may expect, if nothing can be done for
you he will not take one cent of your money.
IS THIS NOT FAIR AND HONEST?
MR. WILLARD GIVES ACCURATE ADVICE
IN ALL HI A I I KRx WUTilKlMl ill sIPKIln.
I I-iA'L'lOiN OK INVESTMENT.*
To those who seek advice on money matters
j the words of Mr. Willard art" most welcome.
-Many u person wuo was on the verge of financial
ruin hae by his timely counsel been enabled to
retain his failing fortunes. Others, in doubt as
to the wlsdoji of this or that Investment, have
reaped large financial reward by taking his advice.
ADVICE ON BUSINESS, LOVE, COURTSHIP
AND MARRIAGE.
He will teach you how to fascinate any one you
desire, how to make your enemies your friends;
makes you successful in your Dusiness.
He settles lovers' quarrels, reunites the separated.
causes n peedy aim hapw- marriage with
the one of your choice. The cr-./U reveals 10 him
the bidden treasures buried in ner bosom, lie
interprets dreams, tells of your friends and
enemies, gives advice pertaining to lawsuits,
everything. The troubled and unfortunate should
seek his counsel. Thousands of families long
separated have been united by his efforts, thousands
of bea.-ts made glad through his truthful,
predictions. Whatever may be your trouble, anxieties.
hopes, tears and wishes oall on this gifted
centiemnn immediately. His parlors are visited
by business men anxious for reliable Information
as to the outcome ol' future or past Investments
and by ladies in high social standing.
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AC'Kl'TKD. _j
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ALL OTHERS EAIL.
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BETWEEN 4111 AND LEXINGTON AV3.
HOl'HS. 10 TO (5. SUNDAYS INCLUDED.
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General and fac" massage, scalp treatment:
chartered bv the State: legal diplomas; high grade!
teachers in all departments; this institution, the
mi^t famous of its kind in the world, prepares
students in theoretical and practical chlroi>ody.
i qualifying them for the pedic examination of this
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sewlons:,Indies' maids taught and recommended;
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REMOVED.
WHEN you have tried ALL OTHER removers
use mine. ONLY' ONE SURE WAY to take hair
off face, neck. arms. &e.t so it never returns, i
DISSOLVES THE ROOTS. HELEN DOUGLAS'
TREATMENT-will do it without injvring the1
most delicate skin. NOTHING ELSE WILL. I
have the true secret. Write for information that!
will MAKE YOU. I1APPY: sent in sealed plain!
envelope. My personal attention given vou,
HELEN DOUGLAS, :15 West 21st St.. New York.
CORCORAN TANKS,
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11 JOHN ST.. NEW YORK CITY.
ACTOR, author, requiring additional crsh, offers
an attractive young lady of refinement and j
dramatic temperament, possessing small canltal,
exceptional opportunity in ?ppciar ng in beautiful
and remarkable playlet; no rl k lacu.r <1.
referetves furnished: one with nr vl<w evy "ienoe
will bo given preference. EUKOiPEAN TOUR.
t'!i7 Herald.
ABSOLUTE guarantee for safe, painless, permanent
removal of
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
No chemicals, no electricity: physician's new
process. Personal interview, 1.1 to 12, 41 West
2(5th st.
A;?A.?-How to Grow Tall.
Let 1M tell you how to grow from two to five
inches- I have no drugs to sell, and will tell you
absolutely free. Address (J. T. SOCIETY, Dept.
H. A.. 124 West Mill St.. New York r'ly.
A.?Madam Helen Rivers,
Natural horn clairvoyant, palmist1: advice on
telepathy; personal magnetism; love, marriage,
speculation, business; positively removes evil influence;
restores lost affections. 232 West 24th ?t.
DETECTIVES (authorized); sha'dowlng, investigations;
confidential matters; satisfaction guaranteed;
reasonable. JOHN ARENTS, 2o7 West
lfjth (private residencei.
DIAMONDS, jewelry delivered, (onvenient payments;
renresenrative calls. Telephone, H.32S?1
18th. SYNDICATE WATCH CO.. 11 East 14th.
EXCLUSIVE Rooms, single or en suite; every
conifovr. tor married couple; privacy assured".
SELECT. :i01 II" raid.
GRAY', the London Favorite HAIHS.
Is the only successful coloring for grav hairs:
thousands are using it; it don't rub or wash off: I
no fuss before or after using it: simply applied;
used .'is much hv irontlernen tndbw nintlo/l ii\
any address; price $1. Addressed envelope for
particulars. STEWART CO.. 201 East 125th
st.. New York.
HAVE patented electrical best massage roller; I
desire lady partner: SI.500 (part cash); lucrative
business. KIAB. Herald.
inspection Invited.?Eugenie Brute's IA n7^rl.~an
artist; celebrated pa int.! ng. "Love's Golden
Dream." l)EMO\astkrys, 1M West 40tt.
LADIES indisposed seeking rest enn have goodj
home, drives, medical care, Arc., 1n Sullivan county
at moderate cost; communications strictly con-:
ftdentfal. SPHINX, 155 Herald.
Lady will sell for $500 Sleyantly furnished i
Flat, 49th st., worth double: furniture new: or|
would rent furnished for winter. G. C., 245 Her-1
ald._
LADY independently situated can find unsurpassed
accommodations in owner's perfectly ap-'
pointed private house. EXF/JAXCF.. 170 Herald..
LADY or gentleman offered splendid invest-1
ment; country life; pleasant occupation or inter-i
est. SUBURBAN, 178 Herald Downtown.
LADY, independent, will Board erclu?ive" worn-.
an; hor>'o in Forties: view, companionship. Addregs
EXCEPTIONAL, 267 Herald.
LADY with large elite social acquaintance can
add materially to her income. H. B., 16o Herald
Harlem.
MY" HUSBAND" SAYS~
I never was a pretty woman until I went to
lime. Thompson and consulted her about the
way to wear my hair. I now look up to date,
and that means, everything to all women. l.'j
West 22d sh
MME. HELIOS, Europe's most eelebrated paimist,
astroloffis.t and graphologist; just arrived:
consult d by royalty and such celebrities as Sara
Bernhardt. Adelina Patti. Zola, Marconi, M a s eagni,
Camagno: she will erive consultation fori
;>ne month in New York city, commencing Sep-
tember 1. at 1.144 Bmaiiway. mar 26th st. j'
MATRIMONIAL bureau, high class, with Eu-' i
ropean and other connections, wishes ladies and
gentlemen to send particulars of their require-
mente. OR1MOND, box 146 Herald 23d St. 1
MATTRESSES remade at customers' residences;
SI.50. all widths up to 4 ft. 6 in.; Borough Man-;
hattan onb MA' "O'-tGNK .METHOD, new ad-
dress. 543 East 85th st.
MARRIED couple desires furnished Room In i
i parr ment. between 7 2d and 125th. Address
DALY, 103 Herald Harlem. _____
NEW, very valuable scientific truths about
pnlmonarv tuberculosis, mailed on request. D.' 1
W.\ RK. author. Rutherford. N. .1.
NAOMA. ci-eat Indi"p clairvoyant, re"nit;;-- separated,
reveals evrvthing. without asking aues- i i
Ions. 113 West 25th st.
PHOTOGRAPHS of special poses, figures] interiors.
&c.. taken at clients' residences; auv hour
iBTTSITip. iW Herald. I'
PILES, fissure, fistula: permanent cure; no ope- j
titlou: pay when cure-,1; booklet.
Dr. CHAPMAN, 107 East 23d.
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This Is the^ONLY^ESTAB1JSHMENT ni^^the I
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a sirpple, harmless and effective
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No nauseous drujs that ruin the stomach: no[
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The Ointment will remove the fat frott) any
part of the bo'dy to which it is applied. i
Special reception room for ladies in charge of,-,
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THE HOWARD CO.,
Suite 14. No. 6 West 22d st., New York. g
Telephone, 2,725? I8tli. C
$23 "REWARD -4
will be paid any one re-
turning us this bottle in s
its original form refilled.
1>R. McMUNN'S ELIXIR OF OPIUM.
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NEW YORK'S CELEBRATED
C L AIR V O Y ANT-P ALMIS'4',
advises on love, law, business, speculation-and in-
vestments; as a test in the readnigs he will toll!"
yonr full name, address and occupation: he reunites
the separated, causes a speed and happy I
marriage with the one you love; in fact, he advises
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DURING MONTH OF AUGUST.
DON'T MISTAKE NAME AND NUMBER. ja
132?WEST 22D ST?132
Between 6th and 7th avs. j,
Hours TEN to SIX, Sundays Included. j,
3 1LITTLE'S
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Moderate Priced Furniture.
Mission, Colonial and modern styles. Reproductions
of the costly kind at one-third the
price. Reliable and good. H
FIT FUR ANY HOME. f
Special reductions during August.
J. H. LITTLE CO., jt
SIXTH AV., CORNBR, 15TH ST. jv
11
PBnPT.t.'' S timu. nnd a r>n rnnpn ts and
put iii running; order before their return; we thor- e
oughly renovate and make home coming a pleasure;
baclielor apartments kept in order throughout
the year; daily service; furnishings bought;
orders for household effects executed; town or
country; highest references given. Address THE C
FLORENCE SUPPLY CO.. Herald.
PROFESSOR ST. LEON, scientific astrologer,
SO years' practice; 108 West 17th st., near 6th av.
Consultation, SI.
RELIABLE young lady will give slight services
exchange for pl.-asant Room. STUDENT, 286 Her-j J
aid Downtown.
SHORT PEOPLE made tall wearing invisible I
elevators inside shoes, without detection: agent"' j J
sample rair and terms, 10 cents. INVISIBLE p
ELK V ATO R__CO., lO West 23d st.
SUPERFLUOI'S hair permanently removed by J
electrolysis; trial sitting free. Mrs. RAE, 133 S
East. jiOtli. V
"THE" ANTIQUE
FURNITURE EXCHANGE, E
loti West 34th St., near 7th av.?The particular j E
shop for bargains in genuine old "Colonial." jr
"Chippendale" and other original productions: I x;
odd pieces of every kind marked to sell regardless
of actual intrinsic value. Remember. 151.
TO Ladies of Position and Capital j
an unusual opportunity is offered to combine
travel fciiid very profitable investment; corre- G
spendence treateil confidentially; references given. IOPPORTFNITY.
121 Herald 23d St. ji
"THE Nation's Counsellor." Prof. GTJST'AVEij;
MEYER, eminent, reliable American astrologer, p
Tor my terms and literature. _ I J.
TO establish reputation, will paint fine portraits
cheaply. L. V.. artist, 98 5th av. 1/
UNCANCELLED postage stamps, all denomma- V
tions: old goM: also foreign money bought, i."
.MONEY EXCHANGE. 8 East 42d. I
VACATION money by selling diamonds, old
gold. fewelry, postage stamps, coins, to
SCHWARTZ. 8 East 42d.
WE ARE BUILDERS OF
Beautiful Jaioanese Houses and
Gardens; I
Plans and estimates promptly furnished. JAP- oANKSE
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, Orange,^
WILL wealthy person aid respectable couple to;
procure home by lending $"i,0(K> at bank interest,
fully secured by mortgage? Investigation. Ad- Sl
drc>-- I'KOi-'ESSlON. 192 Herald. E
WE L 4 UNDER RKJ) awl TABLE linens ONLY S
goods called fr?' and delivered south of '""tb t<
40C. PER no/,EX. Telephone, 1.302?38th.
Y A LE L UN DRY CO.. 112-110 East 4:id st. g
WOMAN i24) wants congenial companion to j:
share apartment and take outings. A. B., 388
Htrold,
WIDOW will rent Parlor and bedroom 5 apart-!*,
ment to married couple; privacy: telephone. SE- r
OLUDED, 150 Herald.
WIDOW having furnished apartment will rent
Suit<- to ma'Tied couple or travelling gentlemen. 11
A.C.. 102 IJeraldi 1J
YOUNG Idflr of some means and leisure time
wishes to meet young lady similarly situated for i.
mutual entertainment. Address Miss II. K., 191 15
Herald Downtown. |L
YOUNG widow having exclusive bowse will let
Room or S'lite bachelor; every convenience, i If
Address .UDriivr.w, no un<uu.
YOrXO l'adr w'tli $500 to Invest des'res op"*- b
in? wltih quick, liberal returns. Addiess L. I>., n
450 Herald. v __ rr
$1,000 reward Vill be .<{iven by Dr. Lane forte
any case <vf Alcohofllsm that cannot be cured by V
this method; no #ro!d used: no sickness; no inenr-! a
eeratlon; no loss of time: 7.000 "ssex; no ft) J hires; p]
correspondence confidential. JOHN J. LITTLK
(XI.. t;) .Main St., Newton. N. .1.
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BIRTHS. w
GUTMAiN.?(Monday, August 1", to Mr.
and Mrs. Jumps L. Gutman, a daughter.
JACOBY.-Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Jacoby, is'
East 116th st... announce the birth of a j j,
daughter. Sunday, August 16. J
LAZZARI.?To Mr. and Mrs. John B. j a
IjAZZAri, at Lowmede place, Williamsbridge,
New York city, on August 20, a;,j;
daughter. '-p?
m
ENGAGED.
ri
DE BEAR?FREEMAN.?Emma De Bear!m
to Nat Freeman. At home Sunday even- V
ing. September 6, at 116 East 110th st. No se
cards. ;T
FTTRTH?FRIDENBERG.?Mr. and Mrs.
H. P. Fridenberg, of Jacksonville, Fta., an-!
nounce, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., the!N
ingagement of their daughter Gussye to he
Mr. Ludwig Fi rth, of New York. Notice |b
jf reception later. j in
HOLZMANN DUKhAUER.?Marie J. I
Duklal'er to Joseph Holzmans, of Brook- j 20
[yn, N. Y., on Sunday, September 6, 1903, at i U
L9 Primrose av., Mount Vernon, N. Y. At K
home, three to six o'clock. No cards. 85
JAFFER?LEVIN.?Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Levin announce the engagement of ui
their daughter Sara Gertrude to Abram g.
S. Jaffer. d?
LANG?CARTTTN.?Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D
Cartun, of 1,815 North Broad st., Philadelphia,
Pa., announce the engagement of gi
their daughter Rose to Mr. Hakrx Lang, n<
Df 1,186 Madison av.. New York. bt
LEBOWITZ?LEVY.?Mr. and Mrs. Elias, Vf
Levy, of Hackensack, N. J., announce the i
sngagement of their daughter Bessie to.\Y
IIA LI
1903,
tALD COMPANY.]
VIr. Abraham Lebowitz, of New York. No
Jards. At home Sunday. 23d.
LEHMAN STRAUSS.?iMr. and Mrs.
Fullus Strauss, of 66 East 86th st., an-|
lounce the engagement of their daughter!
?ax.vie to Mr. Ji'li'us Lehman. of Brookyn.
At home Sunday, September 6, from
.hree to six. No cards.
OCHS?KAUFMAN.?Mr. and Mrs. Jonas
vaufman, 25 Neshannock av., New Castle,
^a., announce the engagement of their
laughter Nana to Mr. Lee Alfred Ochs,
)f New York city. Reception August 30,
L-t New Castle.
SCHWARZMEER DIAMANT. Sunlay,
August 23, 1903, Miss Lena Schwarzieer
to Emanuel Diamant, of New York.
SIMON?LEVISON.?Mr. and Mrs. Willam
Simon, of Dover, N. J., beg to anlounce
the engagement of their daughter
Dora to Mr. Bernard Levi son, of Goshen,
V. Y. No cards.
STONE?COHEN.?On Sunday, August
3, Miss Grssis Cohen, of 234 Eldridge st.,
o Mr. Samlel Stone. No cards.
ST UR Z?{MARCUS. ?M r. and Mrs. feol
via reus announce the engagement of their
laughter Mkhel to Mr. Herman Sturz,
)oth of New York. Reception will be anlounced
later.
MARRIED.
DPCDO TDT^ITiTja A+ AT I~I +ci t*to *1 V t
August 18, 1908, Miss Mary Beers, of Holm-i
lei township, Monmouth county, to Mr. j
iV. J. Beers, of Hoboken.
BRODIE KEHOE.?At St. Joseph's
Church, by Rev. Father Carodon, Prances
Kkhoe, daughter of the late Patrick and j
Sllen Kehoe, to Thomas P. Brodie, of
Manchester, England.
COHEN BE3RNHARD.?1Tuesday, August
18, 1903, a t the residence of the bride's
parents, by the Rev. Dr. Levy, of New
rlaven, Mr. Albert S. Cohen, of Brooklyn,
o Ida Louise Bernhard, of Stamford,
Jonn.
EBERHARDT?STIESI.? August 20, 1903,
VugusT P. Eherhardt to Elmira Sties i.
FEURY COSGROVE. On Saturday,
August 22, 1903, by Rev. William J. Hill,
sTkllte M. Cosgroyh, of Brooklyn, to John
Sihyard Feiiry, of New York.
HARRIS?STEWART.?On August 15, at
it. Agnes' Chapel, by the Rev. William
?levland Hicks. Elizabeth Stewart and
lllen Henry Harris.
JACKSON?ROSENFIELD.?On August
8, by the Rev. Dr. Kahn, Carrie H. Jackon
to Joseph Rosenfield.
KELLER ROGERS.?On Wednesday,
August 19, 1903, at the Church of the Holy
toe, by the Rev. Feather Tierney, GeRiiUBB
Alicia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jtnry Rogers, to Hugo P. Keller, both;
if New York.
KORFF?CREELMAN-At St. Andrew's;
Church, New York, August 22, 1903. by Rev. j
V. E. Henkell, Amy Rosart, daughter of
?r. W. E. Creelman, to John Robert
Corff.
LEHMAN?KLASS.?JeannetteKlass to j
3r. Alexander Lehman, both of Nl*,v
fork city.
MARX?JARRETT.?By the Rev. Dr.
X)ewenthal, at his residence, 125 East 114th
t., Saturday evening, August 22, 1903, Netie
Jarrett to Bernard Marx.
MINKOW?GOLDSTEIN.?Mr. and Mrs.
j<?wis Goldstein announce the marriage of
heir daughter Marion to Mr. Bery L.
Iinkow, on March 8, 1903.
PATUREL?GATjL.?August 22, 1903, A.
i\ Paturel, of New York and Paris, to
Lvrie Gall, of France, at Debevoise
treet Church, by Rev. Foly. Both parties
rominently known in commercial and
nancial circles in^ this and European
ountries. Paris papers please copy.
RICH?LEOPOLD.?Sunday, August 16,
t the home of her mother, 203 West 81st
t? Miss Felice Leopold, daughter of
Irs. R. Leopold and the late I. Leopold,
3 Ben Rich, of Cleveland, Ohio, by the
tev. Dr. Kohn.
WILSON?LAMBERT.?June .9, by the
tev. R^ Hutchins, Augcstina Lambert to
ohn wilson, both of New York Mtv
Marriage or death notices will be cabled,
i condensed form, without extra charge,
or publication also in the Paris edition of
he Herald, if advertisers so request, by
writing on their notices, when handing
hem in, "Cable to the Herald European
dition."
Notices for ihie column received after
levcn o'clock P. M. will be found on the
able News page.
DIED.
inderson, Grace, MacLa-ughian, David.
Lppel, Hannah, Merritt. Mary A.,
Armstrong. H. A. S.,Miller, Lutie El.,
Jarker, Phanelt C-, Movius, Joseph,
iayard, George D., Murphy, William J.,
ierrien, Jane S., Murray, Henry J.,
rooks, Sarah B., McCaffrey, M. A. E.,
'hamberlin, C. K.. McDonald^ M.^A. R.,
iriHU, fflrtlgitlCl O., -LUCJkja UgUjlll, 1.,
lushing, Robert D., Naumburg', K.3
>iedrich, William G, Parrnly, Charles P.,
Ilting, C. W. If., Perkins, Russell P.,
higlander, J. H., Purroy, Henry D.,
'inkenberg, M.. Quick, Jennie E.,
"oote, Martha M., Reilly, Ann P.,
'ord, James C.. Saitz, Tina,
larvey, Bernard. Schuessler, Matilda,
rough, Norman G.? Stone, Esther M.,
Irant, Alfred, Strauss. Adelaide,
ladigan, James, Taylor, Robert J.,
laffen, John L., Van Dusen, W. A.,
lerbst. Katherine, Walker, David,
licks, George E., Wallack, Margaret,
ones, Euphemia W.,Willets, Robert R.,
[askell, Daniel S., Wilson, Lavinia, I
[ingsley, Adelaide L. Winant, Ella,
Craft, Otto H., Wohlgemuth, Charles
.ongland. Jane A., Woodcock, M. A.,
iUttr611, Alice, Zeltner, 'Henry,
In Memorlam.
lichel, John, Slumasky, Roeschen.
IcClean, Billy,
ANDERSON.?On Friday morning, August
L, of heart disease, after a long and painul
illness of nine months. Miss Grace
lXDKRSoM, beloved and only daughter of; J
Ir. and Mrs. Joseph M. Walsh. Funeral1
ervices at her late residence, '850 West!
Ind av., city, at half-past one P. M., on
UA*U<Xjr, O t. JjUUlfi ililU X^Ulllilo"
an (Iowa) papers please copy.
APPEL.?At Far Rockaway, L. I., on.1
aturday, August 22, in her 65th year,
Ian.vaii, beloved wife of Solomon Appel
nd mother of Mrs. G. Basch, Mrs. B.
be^t, Mrs. E. Appel, Mrs. I. Alkus and:]
Irs. M. Zeimer. Funeral services at res-
lence, Grand View aw, Far Rockaway,
Ionday,- August 21, at ten A. M. Inter-)
\ent at Salem Field Cemetery, quarter]
ast eleven A. M. Relatives, friends and;'
lembers of the Kurnik Benevolent Assoiation,
Sisterhood of the B'nai Jeshurun,:!
Offety of the Aged and Infirm Hebrews,:
adies' Downtown Relief Society, Bruederjerein
and Jordan Lodge are respectfully
ivited. Kindly omit flowers.
coxghkgatiox b'nai jesiipbun.? Mem-
ers are requested to attend the fu-j]
eral of Mrs. Hannah Appel, wife of Solo-ij
ion Appel, a member of our congregation, h
be held at Caffrey's cottage, Grand: 1
iew av., Far Rockaway, August 24. 1903,
t teq A. M. Interment at Salem Fields, j,
leven A. M. Newman Cowen. president, i1
ARMSTRONG.?At Jersey City, on Au-i
ust 22, 1903, Harriot Appleby Sawyer, 1
ife of Samuel Armstrong, age 27 years,
uneral services from her late residence,
o. 3S Storm av., on Monday, August 24,
t eight P. M.
BARKER.?At Morrlstown, N. J.. Friay,
August 21, Pha.nelt C. Barker, M. P.,
i his 69th year. Funeral services at his
ite residence, Morristown, on Monday!
fternoon. August 24. at four o'clock.
BAYARD.?At his residence, on Saturly,
August 22, 19(8, George Dashiet.i,
avard, son of the late William and Rolania
C. Bayard. Funeral private. j
BERRIEX.?On August 20, Jane S. Ber- i
ex, widow of Richard P. Berrien and
other of Edward M. Berrien, age S3
;ars. Funeral from the residence of Jo ph
H. Davis, 52 North Washington st.,
arrytown, N. Y., Sunday, August 23, at
vo P. M.
BROOKS.?Suddenly, at East Orange,1
J., August 22, 1903. at the residence of
3-r son, Edward J. Brooks, Sarah Blake
rooks, widow of Franklin Hatch Brooks,
her 92d year. Notice of funeral later, i
GHAMBERLJN.?On Thursday, August I
1003, at the residence of her son, Albert
el Todd, in Riverdale, N. J., Catherine
ino, widow of NeWell Chajnberlln, in the
tb year of her age. Funeral private.
CORSA.?At 1,259 40th st., Fordham, Sat-day,
August 22, after short illness, Mar^.ret
J. Coks-a. wife of James D. Corsa,
uighter of John an<l the late Rebecca
onnelly. Notice of funeral herafter.
GUSHING.?At Lunenburg, Mass., Auist
21, Robert D. Gushing, aged 37. Fu;ral
on Monday, August 24, at Lunenlrg,
at half-past three P. M. Burial priite.
DIEDRICH.?After a lingering il!n<-s.=,
illiam G.. beloved husband )f Alice j
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Diedrich. Funeral from his late residence.
68 West 131st St.. on Monday, August -1, at
ten o'clock A. JVI.
"ELiTlNG.?On Friday, August 21, 190'!.
Cornelius W. H. Elting. Relatives and
friends are invited to attend the funeral
services at his late residence, 2,098 5th av.,
Monday, August 24, at eight o'clock in the
evening. Interment private.
ENGLANDEB.?Saturday. August 22,
Joseph H. Englaxder, age 73 years. Funeral
one P. M, Monday, August 24, from
3 Deroy st. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment at Bay Side Cemetery.
'FINKENBERG.?
Napthali Lodge, No. 10, I. O. F S. of
I.^Members are respectfully requested to
attend the funeral of our deceased brother.
M. Finkexkekg, from No. 69 East 95th si.,
on Sunday at one o'clock P. M. Jacob A.
Hirschmann, president; Simon Gottschall,
secretary.
FOOTE.?On Saturday, August 22, 190::.
Martha M., widow of John Foote. Relatives
and friends are invited to attend the
funeral services Tuesday, August 25. at
half-past three P. M., at her late residence,
Darign, Conn.
FORD.?Dr. Jam.es Ctrkan' Ford. 2:;:S
East 104th st., Saturday evening, at eight
o'clock, after a lingering illness. Notice of
the funeral hereafter.
GARVEY.? On Saturday. August 22, 100;:,
at his residence. 317 South nth av., Moun
Vernon, New York, Bernard, father of
Peter J. Garvey, in his S2d year. Notice
of funeral hereafter.
GOUGH.rOn Friday. August 21, 1903.
Normax G. Gough, aged 34 years. Funeral
from the parlors of J. Wlnterbottom
Son, 620 6th av., on Monday, at two o'clock
P. M.
GRANT.? Alfred, beloved son of Lena
and of the late Moses Grant and brother
of Mrs. Morris Steinbock, suddenly. Funeral
from the residence of his mother.
Monday morning, at ten o'clock.
HADIGAN.?August 22. James Hadigan,
aged 74 years. Funeral from his late residence,
503 West. 43d st., at half-past nine
A. M., August 25; thence to St. Raphael's
Church, 40th st., west of 10th av.
HAFFEN.?On Friday, August 21, 190:}.
John. Lincoln*, dearly beloved and only
son of John M. and Bertha Helen Haffert.
Funeral from residence, 674 East 158th St.,
on Sunday, at one o'clock.
HERBST.?On August 22, at Fanwoort,
N. J., Katherixe Herbst, n6e Fiscli, b'"1
loved wife of Frank Herbst, in her 72d
year. Notice of funeral later.
HICKS.?At the Presbyterian Hospital.
70th st., New York, George Embree Hick*.
of Oreat Neck, L. I. Notice of funeral
hereafter.
JONES.?On Saturdlay, August 22, 19ft".,
Euphe.mia Wilmo'P Jones, beloved wife of
Cornelius A. Jones. Funeral service at
two o'clock Tuesday afternoon, at her late
residence, 19 Oakland st., Greenpoint. Interment
in Greenwood.
KASKELL.-Saturday, August 22, lSt?,
Daniel S. Kaskbi.l, after a lingering illness.
Relatives, friends and members c-f
Acme Lodge. A. O. U. W., invited. Funeral
Monday, August 24. Interment Cypress
Hills.
KINGSLEY.?On August 22. 1903, at
Hotel Winthrop, 125th st. and 7th av., Adelaide
Little, wife of Albert F. Ivingsley
and daughter of the late John Z. Little.
Funeral nrivate.
KRAFT.?August 21, at the residence of
his daughter, Mrs. Paul Depue Honeyman,
65 Midwood St.. Brooklyn, Otto Henhk
Kraft, in the 52d year of his age. Funeral
services Monday, at ten A. M. Interment
private, at Cypress Hills.
LONGLAND.?On August 21, Jane Ann,
widow of Thomas Longland, aged 93 yfHirp.
Services at the residence of her niec
Mrs. jonn itogers, oa< iJutnam av.. tsrooKlyn,
Sunday, August 23, two P. M. London
(England) papers please copy.
LUTTRELL.-Alice, young?pt daughter
of E. J. Luttrell, assistant superintendent
Calvary Cemetery, August 22, at Cedarhurst,
L. I. Interment Monday. August.
24, arrival of train, Long Island City, 11:54
A. M. Interment at Calvary Cemetery.
MacLAUGHLAN. Friday, August 21
David, son of Alexander and the late
Esther MacLaughlan. Funeral Monday
from 722 Malone st.j West Hoboken.
MERRITT.?At 161 Eckford St., Brooklyn,
E. D. on Friday, August 21, 1903,
Mabt A. Mkrritt, widow of Leonard Morrltt,
aged 90 years. Funeral private. Interment
in Evergreen Cemetery, New 1
Haven, Conn.
MILLER.?On Saturday, August 22, 3903,
Ldtie E. Miij.kh, daughter of the late Silas
A. and Margaret Purdy Miller. Funeral
services at the residence of her uncle.
Charles vv. Miner, at a par Kill, in. x., on
Monday, the 24th inst., at half-past three
P. M.
MOVTUS.?At Berlin. Germany, August
17, Joseph Movies, of this city.
MURPHY.?August 20, "VViixiam John,
beloved son of William J. and Agnes Murphy,
aged ]ti years and 10 months. Funeral
Sunday, 10.30 A. M., from his late residence,
791 East 171st st.
MURRAY.?August 22, 1903, Henri J.
Murray, aged 82 years. Funeral from his
late residence, 290 Pleasant av., Monday,
August 24, at one o'clock.
MoCAFFRBY.?On Friday, August 21,
1903, at the residence of her daughter. Mrs.
B. M. Smith, 101 Prospect St., Ridge wood,
N. J., Mai:y A. Ebbets, widow of Robert
H. McCaffrey. Funeral services Monday
evening at eight o'clock. Train leaves
Chambers st, station at 6:30 P. M.
MCDONALD.?At her home, 1,468 2d a\".,
Mary A. Rutledge, the beloved wife of
John P. McDonald. Funeral Monday, ten
A. M., from St. Monica's Church, in East
79th st.
MCLAUGHLIN.?On Saturday, August
22, at St. Luke's Hospital, Thomas McLaughtjn.
In the 69th year of his age.
Funeral from St. Luke's chapel, 114th st.
and Amsterdam av., on Tuesday, August
25, at ten A. M. interment at Kensico
NAUMBURG.?On Saturday, August 22,
after a lingering illness, Kakoline Naumrttrg,
sister of Elk&n Naumburg, in her
"otih year. Funeral private.
PARMXiY.?August 21, 1903, Charles
Frederick Parmly, aged 88 years. Funeral
services at his father's residence,
Oceanic, N. J., Monday morning, August
J4, at eleven o'clock,
PERKINS.?Suddenly, at Canton, Ga? on
Thursday, August 20, 1903, Russell Falsbcjry
Perkins, only son of Henry A. and
Marion Perkins, in his 21st year. Funeral
services will he held in the chapel at
Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge,
Mass., Monday, at one P. M.
PURROY.-Suddenly, at his residence,
106 Regent st., Saratoga Springs, N Y..
Henry D. Purroy. Notice of funeral her*.
ifter.
QUICK.'-'At Hillside, August 21, 1903.
Iknnie E. Quick, age 35, daughter of
Woodward F. and Ethalinda Quick. Fuleral
services at Hillside M. E. Church, on
Monday, 24th, at two P. M. Interment at
Rhinebeck Cemetery, half-past three P. M.
REII/LY.?Saturday, August 22, An v
Elizabeth Reilly, widow Peter Reilly,
mother Rev. B. J. Reilly. Funeral from
ate residence, 134 West 83d, Tuesday, August
25, at ten o'clock. Solemn requiem
mass Holy Trinity Chape), West 82d. Interment
Calvary Cemetery.
SALTZ.?After a lingering illness, Tina,
aeloved wife of Isaac Saltz and mother of
Vbraham, William, Sarah, Henry and
Phillip, August 21. Funeral from her late
esidence, 54 East 107th st., Sunday, August
:3, eleven o'clock. Omit flowers.
SCHUESSLER.?At Closter, N. J., on
Friday, August 21, Matilda, beloved
laughter of Hermina and Joseph Schuessler,
in her 21st year. Funeral services at
late resident^, Closter, N. J., Sunday, 2"d
Inst., at six P. M.
STONE.?At Melville, Long'Island, August
20, Esther M., beloved ,vife of John
H. Stone, mother of William L.
3eorge H. 13. Mitchell. Funeral at convenience
of family. Interment at Greenwood,
Sunday morning. August 23, aftdr
arrival of train due at Flatbush av. station
it 10:47.
STRAUSS.?Suddenly Thursday, August
iO, in her 72d year, Adelaide, beloved wife
jf Samuel Strauss and mother of Ab\ EM,
Tillie Strauss, Fannie Igelheimer, Sarah
Kiotz, Esther Stra.uss and Carrie Dryfuts.
Funeral from her late residence, 93 Berry i
it., Brooklyn, Sunday. August 23, tw J
Vciock. Kindly omit flowers.
TAYLOR.?On August 21, 1903, at Radnor,
Pa., Robert J. Taylor, in his 69th year.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend
;he funeral services at his late residence,
.,410 North 15th st., Philadelphia. Pa., on
VIonday morning, 24th inst., at eleven
)'clock precisely. Internent private.
VAN DtJSEN.?On Friday, August
Haptain W. A. Van Dlsen. Funeral from
lis late residence, 159 East 103d St., Mon3ay,
August 24, at half-past seven P. M.
WALKER. At Elizabeth. N. J? on Frilay,
August 21, 1903, David Walker, In the
a^l year of his age. Funeral services at
he residence ct his son-in-law, C. E.
Jountney, 441 Morris av., on Monday, AufUHt
24. at two P. M. Halifax (N. S i pacopi
Kindly omit flow*
on >PJ( rna<\

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Title
The New York herald (New York [N.Y.]), August 23, 1903
Other Title
New York daily herald
Contributor Names
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Place of Publication
New York [N.Y.]
Created / Published
New York [N.Y.], August 23, 1903
Subject Headings
-  New York (N.Y.)--Newspapers
-  New York County (N.Y.)--Newspapers
-  New York (State)--New York
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-  Daily, Jan. 9, 1842-1920
-  Vol. 6, no. 1565 (Sept. 21, 1840) ; v. 6, no. 2 (Sept. 22, 1840)-v. 87, no. 153 (Jan. 31, 1920).
-  Issues for Sept. 22, 1840-Jan. 31, 1920 called also whole no. 1566-30,476.
-  Also issued on microfilm from the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
-  Archived issues are available in digital format from the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
-  Weekly eds.: Weekly herald (New York, N.Y. : 1836), 1840-<1888>, and: Dollar weekly herald (New York, N.Y.), <1849>, and: Family herald, 1857-<1862>
-  Steamer eds.: Herald for Europe, 1846-<1848>, and: California herald (New York, N.Y.), 1848-<1849>, and: New York herald (New York, N.Y. : California ed.), <1852-1858>, and: New York herald (New York, N.Y. : Pacific ed.), <1864-1865>
-  Merged with Sun (New York, N.Y. : 1916) to form Sun and the New York herald.
-  Sun (New York, N.Y. : 1916) (DLC)sn 83030431 (OCoLC)9517450
-  Sun and the New York herald (DLC)sn 83030273 (OCoLC)9416945
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